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MoD claims victory against Taliban

The Ministry of Defense (MoD) on Monday claimed victory against Taliban group, saying Taliban and other terrorist groups failed in this season and the backbone of these groups is broken. MoD says more than 1500 threats from the oppositions of government including group attacks and suicide attacks thwarted by the …

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MoU against Afghan Laws: Mps

Members at the lower house of the parliament have declared signing of the memorandum of understanding over exchanging of intelligent and discovery information in between Kabul-Islamabad is illegal and against the Afghanistan laws. Afghanistan’s National Directorate of Security (NDS) and Pakistan’s Intelligence Service (ISI) have signed a memorandum of understanding …

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Afghan top spy denied signing agreement with ISI

The Afghan government has signed an agreement with Pakistan’s military intelligence (ISI) on mutual cooperation to fight against terrorism. Preliminary reports suggest that the agreement allows Pakistan intelligence to train and equip the Afghan spy agency. A large number of Afghan lawmakers criticized signing of this agreement with Pakistan on …

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China equips ANP with developed spy equipment: Ulomi

China will equip Afghan Nation Police with new intelligence equipment, MoI minister said. MoI minister, Nurulhaq Ulomi speaking today in Kabul said that they have signed an agreement with the Republic of China during his visit to this country to equip ANP and fight jointly against terrorism. He added that …

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Poor Management Causes Insecurity Spread: Mps

 Members at the lower house of the parliament have declared that poor management of the Government of Afghanistan has caused the insecurity to be spread across the county, blaming both leaders for thinking about their own interests, and challenge the trusts of Afghan Nation. Lawmakers have declared increasing of insecurity …

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Flood affects Agriculture, Livestock in 12 provinces: MoAL

More than 9,000 acres of agricultural lands have been destroyed and about 8,000 livestock killed by floods during the last one week, officials have said. Lutfullah Rashid, Spokesman for Ministry of Agriculture & Livestock said,” heavy rain falls in many provinces across the country have affected both financial losses to …

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EU stresses Daesh presence in Afghanistan

The European Union (EU) calls the presence and activities of the Daesh in the border areas of Afghanistan and Pakistan a threat and emphasized to monitor the group’s efforts. Franz-Michael Skjold Mellbin, EU special envoy for Afghanistan is said to consider the current situation of the country alarming; adding Afghan …

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Private health sector not properly evaluated

The Ministry of Health (MoH) has not properly evaluated the private health sector, Private Hospitals Association of the country said. A number of officials in the association criticized the evaluation of the ministry of health; adding the delegations by the ministry of health have incorrectly monitored. They said that this …

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Analysts praise NATO’s plans in Afghanistan after 2016

The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) on Wednesday formally announced plans to retain a small troop presence in Afghanistan after 2016 to help strengthen Afghan security forces as they struggle against a resilient Taliban insurgency. Some of Afghan analysts in reaction to NATO’s gathering about Afghanistan in Antalya, Turkey said …

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Taliban attack at Park Palace Hotel

Afghan police investigations indicate that the attack at the Park Palace Hotel in central Kabul began from inside the hotel. Kabul Police commander said that yet is how the attacker entered to the guest house in questionable. Police said that at least five including four Indian and one US citizenship …

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NATO to stay in Afghanistan after end of current mission

NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg has said the NATO foreign ministers agreed on Wednesday to keep a civilian-led mission in Afghanistan after its current training operation ends, including a military component. Jens Stoltenberg, at the opening of a two-day foreign ministers’ meeting in Antalya, Turkey said that “Unlike our present mission …

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